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I had not the Pleasure of bidding You a personal Adieu on the Monday of your leaving this Town...
I have never known more Pleasure discovered amongst all Ranks of Citizens, than what appeared...
Your favr. of 22 Ult. is recd. I was well aware that many of my Friends and the Well Wishers to...
Thank you for your favour of the 28 ult. There is an entire harmony, between the two Persons you...
Your very obliging & confidential letters of the 3d. and 9th. of May I received on the 15. I...
I have received your favour of the 18th. but cannot agree with you that “a considerable Period...
What is there which the new Government possesses, on which to found its authority? has it Honors?...
That I was right in my Position "that a considerable Time must elapse before the united States...
Your letters put me more and more out of Patience every Post. Why, in that of the 6th. do you...
What is there which the new Govt possesses, on which to found its Authority? Has it honours? has...
I thank you for correcting my careless Appellation of federal Republic as applied to the National...
I shall not grant the Indulgence you request in yours of the 21st., most certainly: I mean that...
However you & I may have been taught by Civilians, & however History confirms the Maxim, that an...
Our Citizens here dis approprobate the Compensations, as they are called, which have passed the...
Yours of July 9 & 27 are unanswered. I cannot reconcile myself to the idea of a Division of this...
Your letter of 18th. I received last Evening & it was particularly acceptable as I had...
My good Genius this morning has thrown in my Way, by perfect Accident, your oration of the 4....
I was greatly obliged by your Letter of the 15th Instant, although it gave me some Mortification...
Thank you for yours of Feb. 27. You seem to threaten me with a Place in the Pages of some Tory...
I have to regret that I was out of Town the Morning that you called upon me. At the Time Doctor...
It was with peculiar Pleasure, I rec’d your kind Letter of the 16th. I could not be dazzled with...
Last Evening at a Meeting of the Boston Marine Society , an address (Copy of which I inclose) to...
I thank you for this respectfull Address. The Existence of the Independence of any Nation, cannot...
I have received your favor of the 17th & thank you for the information & opinion you give me...
The Celebration of the Birth Day of 30 Oct. was more generally & cheerfully enjoyed & rejoiced in...
I have recd with great pleasure your favour of the fifth. Of the Book which my Enemy has written...
In your late Letter you intimate that a certain Gentleman is not a Friend to the present...
I thank you for the Honour of your Letters of the 14. & 19. I hope no Reply that can give...
Thank you for your favour of 30 Nov. No reply will be made while I am a public Man—Perhaps none...
There are two sets of Persons here who appear particularly anxious to learn the Result of the...